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The Galveston County Daily News: Food

February 9, 2016

Food

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Private lessons with Chef Ross Warhol

I recently had the opportunity to have a private lesson with Chef Ross Warhol of Gaido’s Pelican Club. Unfortunately, Ross is leaving Galveston to return to his home in New York.

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Tuesday 02/02/2016
Galveston on the small screen in National Geographic show
Posted: February 02, 2016

The eight episodes in the first season of "Big Fish, Texas," which premieres tonight at 8 p.m., highlight some of the Gulf of Mexico's most prized fish as well as fishermen Buddy Guindon and his family, who catch and sell them at Katie's Fish Market.

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Friday 01/29/2016
Daily News launches new dining publication
Posted: January 29, 2016

The Galveston County Daily News is proud to introduce the newest member of our publishing family, Let’s Eat Out. Copies of the new magazine are included in today’s copy of The Daily News.

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Wednesday 01/27/2016
Classes at OLLI help county keep new years resolutions
Posted: January 27, 2016

Dietitian Sharon Mitchener helps the county keep its food-related New Years resolutions.

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Tuesday 01/19/2016
Start your morning with savory oatmeal
Posted: January 19, 2016

Warm up your mornings with savory oatmeal.

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Tuesday 01/12/2016
Galveston eateries gear up for annual Restaurant Week
Posted: January 12, 2016

The holidays may be over, but Galveston Restaurant Week has a gift for all of the area’s diners. Thirty-three of the island’s most-loved restaurants are bringing their customers special meals at special prices, making the middle two weeks of January prime time for trying new places, revisiting old favorites and setting a high bar for dining out in 2016. Restaurant Week runs through Jan. 23.

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Wednesday 01/06/2016
Getting a spa experience through food
Posted: January 06, 2016

With so many people vowing to change their eating habits in January, there’s a flurry of activity looking into the hundreds of diet plans currently in the mainstream. Eat like a cave man? There are a hundred books and websites to tell you how. Eat like Oprah? For a monthly fee, Weight Watchers will channel her positive thoughts to your scale. Eat like a stressed, overscheduled, real-life individual? The solution may be to relax and eat like a guest at a spa.

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Wednesday 12/30/2015
Chef on the high seas
Posted: December 30, 2015

A Galveston native discusses his life on the high seas, escaping pirates and rescuing refugees.

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Wednesday 12/23/2015
Sugar, spice and everything gingerbread
Posted: December 23, 2015

Among the many tastes and smells of the holiday season, gingerbread is one of the most traditional. Fragrant with spices and sweetened with earthy, less refined sugars, gingerbread is a staple of holiday baking, decorating and gifting.

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Wednesday 12/16/2015
Week of giving: Gifts for the cooking guru in your life
Posted: December 16, 2015

Cooks and bakers are just about the easiest people to shop for. After all, they’re used to taking simple ingredients and combining them into something delicious, and they can do the same thing with a simple but thoughtful gift. Presents given to cooks have a wonderful tendency to boomerang, as the gift is put to use creating new treats to share. Tucking in a recipe that uses the gift can make that happen even faster.

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